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If someone wishes for good health, one must first ask himself if he is ready to do away with the reasons for his illness.

Only then is it possible to help him.

- Hippocrates

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Our addiction treatment and recovery medicine services are designed for busy people who are serious about sustained long-term recovery.  

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)  


We recognize that addiction is a serious disease that affects the mind, body, emotions, and spirit. Any addiction will inevitably result in disintegration. And that is when life gets to the tipping point and falls apart. 


Our mission is to help our clients prevent disintegration and restore their lives to optimal function. MAT is an important tool for initiating sobriety, healing the mind, body, and spirit, and  sustaining long-term recovery.


At Sovegna, we know that successful addiction recovery treatment needs to be an integrated process. We know that long-term recovery IS possible, especially when the functional domains of an individual's life are addressed synchronously with MAT.

Take the chance.

Choose health.

Take the first step.

We will help you
create a roadmap back to health. 

Our approach to recovery medicine is designed to provide comprehensive outpatient addiction assessment and treatment that blends medical, psychiatric, and therapy-based practices under the same roof.

We know how important it may be to obtain discreet treatment while safely maintaining a career, working at the office, or engaging at home. We prescribe effective minimal dosing for MAT to optimize daily function.

Our Offerings

A team-based approach
supports sustained recovery 

Our multi-disciplinary providers know that collaboration with clients is key.
Essentials for Sustained Recovery
medication assisted treatment (MAT)

Combining MAT with targeted therapy and community support (e.g. 12-Step, Dharma Recovery, etc.) is essential for sustained sobriety. These interventions provide ongoing opportunities to strengthen connection with others who also understand the struggles associated with addiction.


Medications used for MAT, such as buprenorphine (e.g. Suboxone, Subutex, Sublocade) or naltrexone (Vivitrol) do provide a barrier to relapse. These do not, however, address the underlying and initial conditions that lead to the disease of addiction. Please see our FAQ's for more information about MAT.

*We coined the term Addiction-Informed Primary Care. Many medical providers are not aware that certain medications can potentially trigger a relapse. Our goal is to maximize safety to support long-term sobriety.

This is an ASAM - 10 level of care.
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